I was really twisted whether or not I should share this little secret with you which almost never happens as I love our readers, but on this occasion I felt a little greedy because of the awesomeness of the deal and was afraid if too many people would know about this sale I wouldn’t be able to make a good bargain. However, Karma is a b*tch, so I better not mess with her! 😉 Alas, here’s the once-in-a-lifetime deal…
Sounds too good to be true, I know. I can’t stop thinking: “Where’s the catch?” – But NET-A-PORTER who is the owner of theOutnet is a well respected e-tailer in the fashion industry, so I highly doubt that they’d be trying to fool their customers with some shady promotions. Anyway, I’m super curious to find out how good this sale’s going to be. Can you imagine snagging Louboutins for just $1? OMG! – Head over to theOutnet US if you’re located in the US or theOutnet International for UK, Europe + rest of the world, register an account with them (if you haven’t one already) and rsvp once again for the sale which is going to be on April 16th, 2010. Good luck!
UPDATE: I just received this email which further explains how the birthday designer sale will work, read below…
Yes! theOutnet.com is having a 1st birthday party and everyone’s invited, so be sure to tell your readers!
To celebrate our 1st birthday, the most fashionable fashion outlet will host a one-day designer sale – all items will be at the giveaway price of $1. There’s a limit of one item per guest, but be quick – items will go fast and it’s first come, first served.
This once-in-a-lifetime event will take place on Friday April 16th – our official birthday – and you’ll only be able to access the sale on the day via a secret link sent by email.
You have to RSVP to enter our birthday pop-up sale. The RSVP list opened yesterday on March 29th and closes April 11th. Even if you’ve already registered for an account at theOutnet, you’ll still need to RSVP. It’s important that you communicate this point clearly within any editorial or story.
Not registered yet? In order to RSVP, you’ll need to sign up with a password and register for an account.